Say Bula to your new private getaway. This isolated piece of paradise off the coast of Fiji is set to be auctioned off with no reserve. Comprised of 32 lush acres, Mai Island is so remote it can only be reached by boat or plane. If you choose the former, the property's northeast side offers deepwater anchorage to park your yacht or for those arriving by tender, they can drive up to the quarter-mile beach. Waterfalls, coral reefs, and 100-year-old coconut palms set the scene for a one-bedroom cottage. Its wood-lined interior and tranquil views create an authentic Fijian retreat while two staff quarters are placed on another part of the island. Food is provided by the land with a variety of avocado, starfruit, and exotic chocolate persimmons as well as water provided by a freshwater lake. To sweeten the deal, the island is also home to a 300-year-old archeological site of a former chieftain's home. This rare opportunity will be sold by Platinum Luxury Auctions on July 25, 2020.
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